Updated: February 15, 2019
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Spa Laqua, A Relaxing Spa Day In The Centre Of Tokyo!

Spa Laqua is a spa in the middle of Tokyo Dome City and at the center of Tokyo. It's the perfect place to take your date or your family for a relaxing day for you and a fun day for your kids! From attraction parks to restaurants, and onsens and massage, there's everything you could want!

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Spa Laqua

Spa Laqua is located in the heart of Tokyo and offers three areas: a spa, an attraction park, and restaurants. In this way, you can have excitement and relaxation!
The facilities have:
-a restaurant and a relaxation zone
-a spa zone
-a rendezvous zone
-a healding Baden zone
Spa LaQua

1-1-1 Kasuga, Bunkyo, Tokyo

Hours & fee

<Operating Hours>
11:00 am to 9:00 am (22 hours a day)

Adults (18+): 2,850 yen
Children (6-17): 2,052 yen

864 yen (this includes the towel and leisure wear rental)
People under 18 cannot enter

*There is an extra charge of 324 yen on Saturdays, Sundays, holidays and other days.
**There is an extra late-night charge of 1,944 yen between 1:00 am and 6:00 am


-From Tokyo station:
It takes 10 minutes with the Marunouchi line from Tokyo Station to Korakuen Station. From there it is only a 2 minute walk.

From Shinjuku Station:
It takes about 13 minutes from Shinjuku Station to Suidobashi Station. From there it is a 8 minute walk.


You can also get different types of treatment from noon, such as body massages, foot care, facials, etc. You can also get your hair and nails done.
It's the perfect place to have "a me day!"


There are many attractions in the area, such as the world's first center-less Ferris Wheel, a roller-coaster, a water slide, a merry-go-round and the LaQua Garden stage, which stages many concerts and shows.


Spa Laqua is a really fun place to visit in Tokyo. There are nice onsens, restaurants, and an attraction park, as well as many activities in the area. If you're looking to have a fun-filled day for the children and a relaxing spa day for you and your significant other, this is the place to go!
Lili Wanderlust
I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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